April 28-May 4: Including Emily Perkins on Kim Hill and Fleur Jack on bFM

By Diana Balham In Radio Week

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28th April, 2012
SATURDAY APRIL 28 Saturday Morning with Kim Hill (Radio New Zealand National, 8.10am). Emily Perkins – a hot tip for the Man Booker Prize for her soon-to-be-released novel The Forrests – talks to Hill today. And Kiwi comedian Sam Wills, who began his career as an apprentice clown in Timaru at the age of 13, is back home to talk about performing in the New Zealand International Comedy Festival in May and his new show on the BBC. Professor Marti Anderson is chair of statistics at the Albany campus of Massey University and part ...

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